Comanche County, Oklahoma

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Comanche Nation Chairman Declares State of Emergency; Opens Cooling Stations for Public


Due to the extreme heat conditions, Comanche Nation Chairman, Wallace Coffey, has declared a State of Emergency, and has opened a Cooling Station today at the Comanche Nation Complex Conference Room, seven miles north of Lawton, Okla., Medicine Park Exit. The Cooling Station will provide Comanche tribal members and the general public a place to rest, and find relief from the heat. Light snacks and water will be provided.

“We are here for the people,” said Coffey. “If we have people in need, we will help them.”

The Cooling Station is assisted by the American Red Cross, and staffed by the Comanche Nation Emergency Management Team and tribal employees.



City of Lawton Fireworks Ordinances


The use of fireworks within city limits is illegal except in designated areas. Here’s a list of city property sites where residents can legally discharge fireworks July 4, from noon to 11 p.m.:

LAKE LAWTONKA – Robinson’s Landing, in ball field area; north trecreation area (day use area, near School House Slough); from Lawton Boat Club north through Group Use 1 area;

LAKE ELLSWORTH – Fisherman’s Cove from lead to lake; Ralph’s Resort, railroad tracks to dam; Chandler Creek camping area; Collier Landing camping area;

No fireworks of any kind will be discharged if a county and/or state burn ban has been issued.


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